One of those things I never thought of, but would have great impact on an individual. It is one thing to attend SM where people are familiar and accepting of one's condition, but to be in the temple in a crowd of mostly strangers and not being able to control oneself....that would discourage me from attending. What a great idea to have a special session for as much comfort as possible. I can see also making an announcement to the attendees not to be troubled if something happens during a session due to someone's disability, but who wants to be focused on like that?
I believe the Seattle Temple held a session for members with tourettes syndrome. I understand it was a very unorthodox session with a lot of otherwise inappropriate outburst