Introduction: The period of early adulthood brings in the life various developmental tasks. People need to have a well-developed coping skills to successfully implement them. Congenital disability is related to additional challenges which often interfere with the process of entering in adulthood. The aim of the study is an analyzing the sense of coherence and strategies cope with stress by young adults with cerebral palsy. Materials and methods: 30 people with cerebral palsy at the age of 20-35 years, and 30 non-disabled people were invited to this study. The SOC-29 to measure the level of sense of coherence and WCQ to define a coping strategies were used. Results: Young adults with cerebral palsy showed lower level of a sense of coherence than persons with typical development. In the area of coping strategies people with disability rarely seeking a social support. Correlation analysis showed the relationship between the social support and a global sense of coherence and its three components. Conclusions: There is a need to pay more attention for a developing general resources in patients and an ability to seeking social support.