who, what, & FAQ

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Andi Seibold, Au.D.

Dr. Seibold has been a licensed pediatric audiologist in Texas since 2008. 

She has practiced at recognized medical centers around DFW in outpatient clinics, inpatient settings including the NICU, and ENT offices. She also worked as an educational audiologist serving students in Keller, Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake before accepting a faculty position as the Clinical Director of Audiology at the University of North Texas from 2016-2018. 

She is recognized as a Mom-Approved provider by CHILD magazine, was selected as a Mompreneur winner by Fort Worth Mom's Blog, and is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology.

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The Vision of Little Ears Audiology

Working in clinical practice at a children's hospital, I realized there was a need to serve home-birth and birth-center babies in a way that aligns with their family's approach to medical care. I felt the need to offer this important service in the home and in locations that are birth-friendly, holistically-minded and breastfeeding-supportive, where baby never leaves the arms of parents. My philosophy and support for natural birth aligned with my belief that every little ear deserves to hear, no matter the birth location, and Little Ears was born in 2013. Since its launch, I have seen over 800 babies and formed many treasured friendships with families, birth workers, and other wellness professionals in Dallas-Fort Worth.

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FAQ

Can I feed my baby during testing?

Yes. Whether for comfort or a meal, feeding is encouraged.


Do you take insurance?

No. Services are cash-pay, but are much less expensive than you will find through an ENT or pediatric hospital. You will be provided a receipt to file a claim.


Can my other kids come?

Siblings are welcome to attend, but must be quiet. Background noise heavily influences the testing. In addition, one parent will need to hold the baby in most cases, so  you might want to bring an extra pair of hands to help if needed.