The development of technology has, in recent years, caused a radical transformation in the field of mass media. We are seeing a rise in the integration of technology into our everyday life, especially through social media, which significantly influences our social and cultural practices. In this context, the issue of digital and media literacy, as well as the critical use of media, especially for more vulnerable groups of people, such as adults with intellectual disabilities, is becoming critically important. Their media practices are as of yet poorly researched. However, they need to be known and recognized, as these people have lessened cognitive abilities and lower media literacy, and consequently a less critical distance to media content. In this master's thesis, I am interested in how these factors reflect in their use of media content and media as material objects, as well as how their media consumption varies according to age, gender and the level of their intellectual disability. With a qualitative research method of semi-structured interviews, I explored their media practices and their attitude to media, as well as the integration of media in their everyday life.