In the past the norm was we didn't get a diagnosis, so family and friends just shrugged it off and called us "clumsy" or pretended nothing was wrong. I hope this is an outlier experience, but I was pushed into sports, like track and cross country, in high school when my feet and ankles became obviously atrophied.
Blind dining means you enter a restaurant that is completely pitch dark from beginning to end, and you are served by a waitstaff who are literally blind.
Over at Electric Literature, Robert Kingett recently reviewed a bunch of literary anthologies written by, for, and about disabled people. These are essays and fictional works from the young adult genre to dystopian science fiction.