While garnering a good understanding of the physical, psychosocial, and environmental constraints that children with disabilities face is an exhaustive task; it is merely the drum roll to the set-up of a sports program for children with disabilities. Before the program can get off the ground, the requisite paperwork including pre-participation history and physical examination forms are necessary. Wilson (2002) argues that standard medical and participation forms are inadequate to help program planners design or mainstream children with disabilities into an exercise program. This information is needed to identify health issues that might affect participation, troubleshoot potential injury scenarios and determine overall health. Wilson provides sample health history and sports physical exam forms that address the complexity of health issues that face children with disabilities including questions that generally do not apply to children without disabilities such as "Do you have any current pressure sores or skin problems?", "Do you wear braces or prosthetics?" or "Have you had a back fusion?" (Wilson, 2002).