You misunderstand the wet process. The development of film is prepared in complete darkness - you have to take the film out of light-tight cassette and put it in light-tight canister - and it is done in light-tight canisters. There is absolutely no way how to adjust the process according to actual state of the film.
You put the film in, close it, pour one chemical in , wait, pour chemical out, pour another in etc. Finally you get the result.
The only thing that blind person cannot do is the final assessment of the result. And developed film can wait a long time for someone to see it.
During other steps, blind people have significant advantage - they do not need any light, their other senses are boosted and they do not need hand-eye coordination to do anything.
The more the film is sensitive, the fewer light is allowed to help the operator to coordinate their hands. Blind people do not need any light.
The only steps you actually need to see anything is evaluation of the negative whether it was processed right then you can start developing the positive - the actual image. Here you have to focus the projection and you can alter the brightness etc.