|Montenegro at the|
|NPC||Paralympic Committee of Montenegro|
|Other related appearances|
| Yugoslavia (1972–2000)|
Independent Paralympic Participants (1992)
Serbia and Montenegro (2004)
Montenegro made its Paralympic Games début at the 2008 Summer Paralympics in Beijing, following its split with Serbia. It had previously competed as part of Serbia and Montenegro in 2004; and as part of Yugoslavia before that.
Montenegro's delegation to the 2008 Summer Paralympics consisted in a single athlete, Dušan Dragović, who competed in swimming and did not win a medal. Montenegro has never participated in the Winter Paralympic Games. Montenegro was represented by 1 athlete in 2012 and 2 in 2016.
At the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, Montenegrin’s sole representative Filip Radović won bronze in men's table tennis, the first medal in Montenegrin Paralympic history. 
|Dušan Dragović||2008 Beijing||Swimming||Men's 50 metre freestyle S10||8th in heat 2;|
did not advance
|Marijana Goranović||2012 London||Athletics||Women's shot put F40||7|
|Marijana Goranović||2016 Rio||Athletics||Shot Put F41||8|
|Ilija Tadić||2016 Rio||Swimming||50 m freestyle S9||14|
|100 m freestyle S9||17|
|Filip Radović||2020 Tokyo||Table Tennis||Men's individual Class 10||3|