A bread maker isn’t too expensive and if vision impaired enough have a friend make some custom measures for the oil, sugar, yeast, salt, flour and the water, however if you can see enough to see the measurements or markings on your measuring devices, bread making is simple. Or get a friend to create prepared bundles that all you need to add to it is oil and water. I’ll be happy to send you a simple recipe I use if you would like, just let me know and I will PM it to you.
For your lighting needs in your room/rooms have you thought about getting cool white LED globes rather the normal warm white lights most people use. Sorry if this is something you already know and tried. This pushes the emitted light higher into the blue regions than the typical warm which are more yellow in tones. The “brightest” ones are termed daylight and they are quite sharp in their lighting profile. Daylight and Cool Whites will make things have more contrast and so stand out more.
So for warm white the colour temperature will be expressed as 3,000K, Cool White is around 4,000K, Daylight versions range in rating from 5,600K to 6,000K (you may also find some around 5,000K called full spectrum). I would try to choose Cool White first but you might like to experiment with a Daylight one to see if it improves the experience for you.