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Celebrating Diversity & Inclusion

At PRN, we stand committed to supporting and providing a diverse and inclusive workplace that respects one another and gives employees the freedom to be themselves. The foundational pillars of our culture and who we are – diversity, inclusion and engagement – help guide PRN’s mission to inspire creativity, innovation and empowerment. Our company is at its best when we are united in this mission and shared belief, regardless of our backgrounds, experiences and perspectives. Each of us has a role to play in advancing this mission and our commitment to one another.  

Through the support and contributions of our workforce, we are advancing these fundamental beliefs by developing a more diverse, inclusive and values-driven culture where every teammate feels a sense of belonging and purpose – and their voice is heard.  

Different but Equal

Core Values of PRN’s Diversity Program

  • Value and embrace others for their differences and who they are
  • Listen with patience and empathy
  • Ask questions – and respect answers
  • Be open to new perspectives, outlooks and opinions
  • Appreciate and respect contributions
  • Build and nurture an environment where diversity can thrive

Latest News, Press, & Updates

PRN employees share the ways they celebrate their Asian American and Pacific Islander heritage

Throughout the month of May, we are highlighting the stories Asian American and Pacific Islanders and how our employees celebrate their heritage, culture and history. Below are two stories from PRN employees, Ruby Hunter and Bryan Stewart, that share the unique ways in which they proudly display and honor their Asian American and Pacific Islander heritage.

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“We are not normal, but we are exceptional” – The impacts of COVID-19 on pediatric mental health

I remember sitting on the front porch, tears rolling down my cheeks. It was a warm summer day in what was typically a buzzing neighborhood, but the impact of COVID-19 in the area made the streets eerily quiet. My head hung low and I held my cell phone tight in my hand. I had just hung up with my son’s pediatrician and was given the same ‘ol story that the school had told me: “This is out of our scope. We aren’t sure how to help.” My son, a husky 9-year-old kid with a heart bigger than his warm smile, had been acting out the past few months.

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Celebrating World Autism Awareness/Acceptance Month

Every April, organizations like Autism Speaks and the Autism Society come together to share stories and provide opportunities to help increase understanding and acceptance of people with autism. As physical and occupational therapists, we work with individuals with autism at our clinics regularly to help them excel and participate in everyday activities individually and with their peers.

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Women’s History Month – Employee Spotlight: Taya Skarda

March is Women’s History Month, and with that in mind we will be highlighting a few of the incredible women that help to make up the PRN network of physical therapy clinics across the country. We are thrilled to end our series with a conversation with Taya Skarda, PT, DPT, CSCS, COMT, Clinic Director and Co-Owner at ProActive Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine – Aurora-Central.

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Women’s History Month-Employee Spotlight: Kate Farner

March is Women’s History Month, and with that in mind we will be highlighting a few of the incredible women that help to make up the PRN network of physical therapy clinics across the country. We are thrilled to start our series off with a conversation with Kate Farner, PT, DPT, ATC, Clinic Director and Co-Owner at ProActive Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine – Brighton.

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