The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is a hospital unit that takes care of the worlds most vulnerable little ones as early as twenty three weeks gestation (17 weeks early). They support them with breathing, feeding and growing using respiratory support, IV lines and nasal gastric tubes. Some babies endure multiple procedures with incredibly long stays in the unit. One part of the nurses job is to help the parents to feel close to the child, nurturing their bonds through skin to skin contact, this can sometimes be tricky when the parents can't always be at the hospital due to other commitments. KIN helps to mediate and strength these bonds while the parent and child are separated.