Beck Hearing Aid Centre

About Beck Hearing

About Beck Hearing

Helping London hear since 1969

Beck Hearing was founded in 1969 by Edward Beck, the original President and CEO.  We celebrated 50 years in 2019, and we are proud to be the longest operating hearing clinic in the London area.  We are still an independent, family owned and operated clinic, with deep roots in the community.

Our team of Audiologists, Hearing Instrument Specialists, and Patient Care Professionals bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to our practice and offer a full spectrum of products and services, including assessments, consultation, counseling, customized listening devices, batteries, accessories, service, and ongoing support.

At Beck, our mission is to provide the best individualized hearing healthcare for every lifestyle, at every budget, through every phase of your hearing journey.  We believe that better hearing means better living, and we want to improve the lives of our patients and their families by keeping them in the conversation.

Beck Hearing has been located in beautiful downtown London for 20 years, and offers free parking and transit access. We offer free, no obligation hearing tests, free batteries for a year on qualified purchases, and flexible payment plans.

The Beck Hearing Team

Hearing Healthcare Professionals

Book a free hearing test and consult with one of our hearing experts. Our goal is to provide the best individualized hearing healthcare for every lifestyle and every budget.

Paula Dungavell, M.CI.Sc.


Paula has been practicing audiology since 2008, and is a member of the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario (CASLPO). Her passion is improving the lives of people with hearing loss, and that’s what she does every day! She is friendly, knowledgeable and professional, and loves working with people of all ages, from babies to the elderly. We are thrilled to have had Paula join our team in June 2021.

Ashley Preet
Hearing Instrument Specialist

Ashley has been a member of the Beck team for over 8 years and has been a practicing Hearing Instrument Specialist since 2008. Ashley’s easy laugh brightens the clinic, and her experience in selecting and fitting the appropriate hearing devices for her clients brightens their lives! Ashley is an expert on payment plans and third party financing, and has helped countless clients access funding for their hearing care needs.

Rayah Wilson

Hearing Instrument Specialist

Rayah is our newest Hearing Instrument Specialist. She did her placement with us while enrolled in the Conestoga College Hearing Instrument Specialist program in 2020, and has been with us ever since. Rayah has become an expert in all areas of clinic management, and got into hearing healthcare to help people like her grandfather, who was a Beck client!

Kasia Gabrys
Front Office Manager

Kasia is our Front Office Manager, and the first patient care specialist you’ll meet when arriving at our clinic. Kasia has been a key member of the Beck team for over 5 years. She believes in providing unparalleled customer service and will go above and beyond to make your experience pleasant and seamless. Kasia is proficient in American Sign Language, and is a pro at cleaning and troubleshooting any issues you may have with your hearing devices.

Treva Murray
Business & Marketing Manager

Treva has owned Beck Hearing with her husband, Michael, since 2017. Having experienced hearing loss herself for most of her life, Treva has made it her mission to battle the stigma that goes along with hearing loss, and to promote the health and wellness benefits that accompany healthy hearing. She is proud to lead the Beck team in their mission to improve the lives of as many people as possible, and is always available to chat with clients. You can reach Treva at

Beck Hearing



of people aged 45-87 have some degree of hearing loss (StatsCan 2013). Book your appointment with Beck and take action today and see how we can help.

Myth #1

I only have mild hearing loss. It’s not a big deal, I can wait until it’s worse to seek help.


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Do you find yourself withdrawing from social events because you have trouble hearing people’s words?  Is it difficult to understand your grandchildren, or hear in a crowded restaurant?  Don’t let something as common and easily treatable as hearing loss slow you down.

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Myth #2

Hearing aids are big and ugly. Only older people need and wear hearing aids.


of people with hearing loss would benefit from the use of a hearing aid. Today’s technology is powerful and discreet, and most of our devices are less noticeable than eyeglasses.


Think you have hearing loss? Book your free hearing test with Beck!

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