Assistive Augmentation, the intersection of human-computer interaction, assistive technologies and human augmentation, was broadly discussed at the CHI'14 workshop and subsequently published as an edited volume on Springer Cognitive Science and Technology series. In this workshop, the aim is to propose a more structured way to design Assistive Augmentations. In addition, we aim to discuss the challenges and opportunities for Assistive Augmentations in light of current trends in research and technology. Participants of the workshop need to submit a short position paper or interactive system demonstration, which will be peer-reviewed. The selected position papers and demos will kick off a face-to-face discussion at the workshop. Participants will also be invited to extend the workshop discussion into a journal submission to a venue such as the Foundations and Trends in Human-Computer Interaction.