Re: Special Needs PC Software
I have also used something called 'Via voice' (This was quite some time ago though) I Dont know the ins and outs of it, or how / if its been developed further / still supported, but it was pretty decent.
Just a side note on these things, as highlighted above, you really need to give these pieces of software a fair investment of your time to get them to recognise your voice / speech patterns, or they can become frustrating for the user.
Make sure he is ok with that, and talks as he normally would through all the tutorials / silly story things they usually ask you to read a plethora of.
Otherwise he may find himself adjusting his speech to get things to work, which shouldnt be the case (and it will save him time going over the original settings again)