Increase use of contrast. Paint door trim, replace covers on outlets and light switches and put contrasting tape on steps.
Play games with large number playing cards.
MagLight+ is an app for iphones (iOS 7.0 or later) that provides a magnifying flashlight capability. It may be helpful when reading a menu in a restaurant, reading a food label in a grocery store, etc.
If possible use a small telescope to identify bus numbers or street signs.
Take pre-made labels to the grocery store and place them on the items as you purchase them to help you when you are putting the groceries away.
Use bold, sans-serif fonts and white or light yellow paper for handouts such as activity calendars and high contrast, tactile signage.
Consider electronic banking to eliminate paper bills.
To increase contrast while reading: Position a task lamp on the material you are reading--not over your shoulder. Try not to twist your body to get under the lamp, but use a gooseneck or swing-arm lamp that can bend to you!
Use writing guides or magnification programs for the computer screen.
Use kitchen timers with easy-read dots for baking.