In the article the author presents complex theoretical information related to the use of information and communication technologies in the learning process of students with cerebral palsy. The bulk of the text is a study of mixed character, consisting of several partial sections. The scope of the study includes the description and analysis of the current state, and identified determinants of the use of technology in the educational process in the target group of students. The author also gives the analysis and the facts of the real application of modern technologies in the selected schools from the point of view of pupils with cerebral palsy and their teachers. Partial part of the CaseStudy research are also aimed at the learning process, equipment and amenities in selected schools, in which students with cerebral palsy are taught with the help of digital technology. As a sample of the study were the teachers of basic schools, basic schools for pupils with disabilities and special classes for students with disabilities, teaching individuals with cerebral palsy within the Slovak Republic. A database of these schools we received from the Center for scientific and technical information of the Slovak Republic. Because the diagnosis of cerebral palsy in statistical information is not reflected, we had initially come from the information about the education of students with disabilities, and on this basis to choose a specific part of the teachers who come into contact with the target group in the educational process. It is stressed that the widespread use of computer technology helps students with disabilities not only in communication with the outside world in general, but also to strengthen confidence and self-esteem. Modern computer technology develop abilities of the individuals with disabilities in the social field and in the field of mobility (in relation to the surrounding world) and, of course, in the field of education. Computers, which, among other things, must meet the conditions of accessibility to the physical characteristics of individuals with disabilities, equipped with special programs and procedures, help students with disabilities to expand the scope of education in different spheres of life.