The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of clinical art therapy program based on action feedback using wireless sensors on improving concentration and cognitive functions of children with cerebral palsy. The study was conducted for 8 months, targeting 15 cerebral palsy children who visit the A Children’s Development Center and C University Hospital located in Bundang-gu, Seongnam. A using wireless sensor the clinical art therapy program developed by the researchers was used as the study tool. For quantitative research, ‘Developmental Test of Visual Perception (K-TVPS-R)’, ‘Korea Institute for Special Education (KISE)’, ‘Attention Test of the Ministry of Education(1991: 4758)’, ‘Figure Color Copying(FCC)’ were done before and after the experiment. The SPSS 13.0 program was used to statistically compare outcomes before and after the experiment. The ‘Figure Color Copying(FCC)’ scale was applied to qualitatively analyze differences before and after in the experiment group. Individual characteristics were analyzed during the process. From results of these study, we were able to conclude that the clinical art therapy program based on action feedback using wireless sensors gave a positive influence on improving attention and cognitive functions of cerebral palsy children. The importance of this study is that the direction which the new development of clinical art therapy should head for was presented, and evidence of digital art therapy effects was prepared.