Communicating with others can sometimes be difficult for someone with a learning disability, and can lead to frustration. A person with a learning disability will experience the same emotions as anyone else, but may not be able to express them.
Giving someone a creative outlet can help them to express how they're feeling and it can help them to better reflect on what they're feeling and become more self-aware, and this can be particularly true of someone with a learning disability. It can also build independence, autonomy and self-esteem.
Going to music, dance, art or drama classes can also help teach a person with learning disabilities how to interact with others and how to follow instructions.