The 2015 Recommendations for Preventing Fracture in Long Term Care, is the first guideline in Canada focused on preventing fractures among the frail and elderly in long-term care, where fractures are much more common than among community-dwelling seniors.

Launched in 2015, the Recommendations include an integrated falls and osteoporosis assessment as well as various treatment strategies is specifically designed to reduce immobility, pain, hospital transfers and most importantly, improve the quality of life of residents at these facilities.