Janae's also been making cards for the team at Manchester Children's Hospital, where her 12-year-old brother Jaden goes for regular appointments for a number of health issues.
Jodie said: "She just wanted to make everyone smile... and she did! She's made people smile and cry. The cards simply said "Thank you key worker, you're the best – love Janae!
"When she first started doing them she was writing them out, but as she was giving more and more out she realised that this was wasn't doable so we bought a printer. She cut them out with zig-zag craft scissors and put them in a little pouch on her belt and every time we saw someone in a uniform or someone who was working she would give them one. I work at a school and Janae has given some of the cards to my colleagues and teachers there too.
"I am unbelievably proud of her. Everywhere we go people say 'Hi Janae' and wave. She's so humble about it all too, she doesn't think what she's done is such a big thing."
Jodie says the gesture from colleagues at Asda Chadderton when they found out that the doll's house she'd ordered elsewhere for "Barbie-obsessed" Janae had fallen through was extraordinary.
"For the whole of the Chadderton store to come together and do that for Janae and not make us pay for it was wonderful," said Jodie. "She is mad on Barbie – that's all that she wanted for her birthday."
Jodie built the house and Michelle wrapped it up then took it to the store ready for Janae to collect.