This website was created in the memory of our loved one, Naima Simone Phillips-Maund who was born in London, United Kingdom on March 29, 2006.
After a difficult pregnancy and labour (resulting in an emergency c-section) our beautiful girl Naima was born 10:38pm 29th March 2006 at Queen Mary's Hospital Sidcup (London), weighing 6lb 15oz.
Six hours after birth, at (approx.) 04:30am 30th March Naima collapsed, as a result of perinatal asphyxia. Naima was resuscitated and put on a ventilator but she never fully recovered and did not regain consciousness.
On Naima's 2 week birthday, 12th April, following her baptism the ventilator was removed and 20 minutes later, Naima was free of her suffering and passed away in the arms of her Mum and Dad. May our beautiful baby girl now rest in peace, you will always be in our hearts and minds.
Your loving parents
Joan & Chris Phillips-Maund
Naima (pronounced Nye-ee-ma) meaning Benevolent
We are please to announce the arrival of Naima's sister Zara Naomi Phillips-Maund born 11:28am 26th May 2007.
Other Angels Websites:
JustGiving site http://www.justgiving.com/naima_simone_phillips-maund
SANDS Forum http://www.sandsforum.org/index.php
SANDS Main Site http://www.uk-sands.org/
SE London SANDS http://www.selsands.org.uk/
Sands is UK based charity that can provide help and support to parents and family members who have suffered a neonatal death or still birth.
Baby loss www.babyloss.com/
Action on Pre-eclampsia http://www.apec.org.uk/
Action against Medical Accidents http://www.avma.org.uk/index.asp
Articles in the Press
Neonatal Appeal http://www.neonatalappeal.com/
A web site with an online petition for the increase in neonatal cots and staff.
Bliss is the leading premature baby charity. This message board is great for providing advice and support for parents and family members of premature babies.
Life after loss www.lifeafterloss.org.uk
This is a support forum for parents or family members who have suffered the loss of a child.
Baby Loss http://www.babyloss.com./
The Babyloss website provides information and support online for anyone affected by the death of a baby during pregnancy, at birth, or shortly afterwards.
Keep Hospitals Open www.keephospitalsopen.co.uk
This site is run by Andrew and Rachel Canter. The Canters lost their son due to lack of maternity beds. Please support their most worthy cause.
The Child Death Helpline
Tel: FREEPHONE 0800 282986
The Child Death Helpline is staffed entirely by volunteers who are themselves bereaved parents and provide care and support to over 3,000 callers, 365 days of the year. It is run in partnership with Great Ormond Street.
Child Death Helpline
Evenings 7.00pm - 10.00pm
Monday to Friday 10.00am - 1.00pm
Confidential Enquiry into Maternal and Child Health
Our aim is to improve the health of mothers, babies and children by carrying out confidential enquiries on a nationwide basis and by widely disseminating our findings and recommendations.