Board of Trustees

Every Trustee brings something different to Us in a Bus, be it skills, knowledge or experience. Such expertise might be offered by providing comments on draft documents, helping staff to focus on key issues, sharing the experience of having a family member who has profound learning difficulties, alerting staff to new policy and practice developments in their field or providing a business perspective on decisions. Being a Trustee of Us in a Bus is a serious, but, we hope, rewarding job. We are currently looking to recruit new Trustees to the Board. If you are interested in finding out more please contact the office for an Information Pack at  

Sessional Workers

Can you use your creativity and imagination to engage adults with profound learning disabilities and complex needs in interactive, sociable experiences? Do you know about Intensive Interaction? Would you like the chance to use it to connect with people who find communication a challenge? We are always looking for people to work with us as Sessional Workers on an ad-hoc basis. If you are self-motivated, energetic and flexible please contact in the first instance for an informal discussion about the role. A DBS check is required for these positions.


As with all small charities, having a team of volunteers is hugely important and can make such a difference. Whether it is manning a stall at a community event or providing administrative skills for an hour or two, we all have something of value to offer. Volunteering can be a very rewarding way to utilise skills and spare time, so if you feel you could contribute to our work connecting lives in any way we would love to hear from you.  Please email