Michael Dillon, MA, CCC-SLP, is an Assistant Lecturer and the Clinic Coordinator of the University of Toledo Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic. This clinic has the dual mission of serving as a training venue for students in both graduate and undergraduate programs in speech-language pathology as well as offering high quality, affordable services to the NW Ohio community. In this role, Mike has expanded and enhanced community partnerships, including establishing the Speech & Communication Group at the Traumatic Brain Injury Resource Center in the summer of 2015.
His previous clinical experience includes working as a practicing SLP with Cheshire Center in Greensboro, North Carolina (2009-2012) and NW Ohio Speech-Language and Rehab Services in Toledo, Ohio (2012-2015). He held the position of Clinical Program Supervisor at the University of Toledo from 2015-2016 before accepting his current role.
Mike holds a Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Toledo (Toledo, Ohio) and a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education from Central Michigan University (Mt. Pleasant, Michigan). He is currently pursuing his MBA in Healthcare Systems Management at the University of Toledo.
He is a member of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association and the Ohio Speech-Language-Hearing Association. His primary academic interest is the area of clinical education and supervision. He has contributed publications at both the state and national levels. Mike has served as a board member of the Traumatic Brain Injury Resource Center since 2016.
Mike and his wife, Lindsay, have three children—Grayson, Piper, and Isla. In addition to spending time with his family, Mike’s interests include running, traveling, and reading.