Help For A Friend

I have a friend who's brother recently underwent bilateral amputation of his arms and legs. My friend and her sister-in-law are asking around for help to make their home more accesible.

Can anyone here recommend some good, preferably inexpensive, speech-to-text software for him?
Splat76 Splat76
26-30
1 Response Jul 12, 2010

Dragon Naturally Speaking. The best is the professional edition, if you can't afford it, buy the "Preferred<br />
Edition". Hints:be sure you are buying the latest version and check on "Dragon Naturally SpeakingS prices" ; remember e-bay.<br />
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Also, if you like, do him & her a favor and give him a membership to the "Amputee Coalition of America". Our convention is in Ca next month. The library and the information specialists can send you folks relevant information.<br />
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btw, what state ? What level are his hands or arms amputated at? Who did he get his arms from?<br />
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Wayne Briggs<br />
325.691.1672<br />
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